wron generated IPA file for "https://testflightapp.com"

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  1. HJ
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    Posted 18 Feb 2013 Link to this post

    I have "sucessfully" deployed a test application using a "Development" certificate and "Development provisioning profile", and everything seems fine. However, when I attempt to PUBLISH the Application, I am able to BUILD the IPA file (this time using A Distribution certificate and mobile provisioning files ), but the IPA generated file get REJECTED by  " https://testflightapp.com/ " with the message...
    " Invalid Profile: does not contain provisioned devices, are you sure this is not a developer profile ?".
    The funny thing is, when creating the "distribution" mobile provisioning at the Apple Developer's iOS Portal, no such question (devices to provision) is presented during the screen's sequence. ANY HINTs ?... I can provide all files involved in this task... where/who do I send them to ?...
  2. Jordan
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    Posted 18 Feb 2013 Link to this post

    Hello HJ,

    You probably need AdHoc provision for this scenario. Make sure you use that type at developer portal.

    What do you use Icenium Mist or Graphite? Did you tried publishing in Mist our in-browser-ide (at https://app.icenium.com/Mist)?


    All the best,

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  3. HJ
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    Posted 19 Feb 2013 Link to this post

    Thank you for prompt response Jordan.
    Ref. "Testflight" publishing, you are correct... Just got this link from them... which explains everything...
       http://help.testflightapp.com/customer/portal/articles/402824-i-get-the-%22invalid-ipa-does-not-
    contained-provisioned-devices%22-error-when-uploading.

    In original attempt to publish, we generated IPA file using Icenium/Graphite.
    Based on your suggestion to use Icenium/Mist, I assume MIST will produce IPA file using an ADHOC provisioning ?...
    We tried Icenium/Graphite with an ADHOC provisioning, but it does not like it.

    Further trys...
    we created an ADHOC provisioning and tried to build the IPA file, using MIST, but Icenium/Mist refused to build IPA... with message: "You dont have a provision to match XXXX Application Identifier" 
    Jordan: I will forward  eMail with specific details and file's links.




  4. Jordan
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    Posted 20 Feb 2013 Link to this post

    Hello HJ,

    I got your email and let you know ASAP when we figure out what's going on.

    All the best,
    Jordan
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  5. Jordan
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    Posted 20 Feb 2013 Link to this post

    Hi again HJ,

    Publish is supposed to be used only for final distribution for App Store.

    You probably wanted to get the IPA for provisioned devices via AdHoc intended for testing on specific devices. Am I right? 

    To do so: Go in Mist menu Run > On device > chose Provision and your AdHoc provision shall appear there and you will be able to download  AdHoc provisioned version that can run that devices.

    Tip: You can save a QR Code image or link under QR code image and send it to your testers also they can enjoy our LiveSync technology and get the latest version - using three finger hold-down for 1 sec. gesture to refresh.
    No need to reinstall/resend the .ipa until you need to change some project properties, as code(HTML/JS/CSS) and app resources can be distributed/updated this way.


    Let me know if you manage to produce what you expect, or if you have any further questions?

    Kind regards,
    Jordan
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